Preparing Teachers for Classrooms Today and Tomorrow

Offering degrees in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Middle School Education, Stevenson provides you with the knowledge, skills, and classroom experience essential to excel in an education-based career.

One key component of all three of our education degree programs is the emphasis on providing you with experiences in a variety of school environments early and often. As you advance through the major, you spend progressively more time acquiring classroom experience in your chosen field. University faculty, using their extensive teaching experiences, collaborate with school faculty to mentor you. Whether you choose to explore a career in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or Middle School Education, the School of Education prepares you to be a competent, caring and highly qualified educator.

Programs of Study

Meet the Dean

“Our close-knit learning community offers a strategic combination of field placement experiences that begin early and culminate in a year-long senior internship, coursework that focuses on the current science of learning knowledge, equitable opportunities to apply that knowledge in a strengths-based environment, and individualized support and attention that will help you to become a teacher who positively impacts the lives of students.”

Dr. Beth E. Kobett

Dean, School of Education

Meet Our Students & Alumni

Stepping through the Doors of Success

Justice Simpson

Elementary Education, B.S. to M.S. in Integrative Learning

“Stevenson gives me the hands-on experience I need that tells me that I’m making the right decision and making a true impact in the classroom each time I go.”